Danny Elfman, Robert( American musician)
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Biography Danny Elfman, Robert
Danny Elfman (full name Daniel Robert Elfman) was born in California - 29 th May 1953 year - a family of teachers and the well-known writer. He and his brother Richard grew up in Los Angeles. Upon reaching the age of eighteen, they went to France, where they act as part of a theatrical groups.
After - Danny spent some time in Africa - until then, until the contracted malaria. The future composer was forced to return home and there is an intensive creative work.
. In the 1980th year, Danny Elfman (Danny Elfman) - in collaboration with his own brother - worked on the painting 'Forbidden Zone', which subsequently received considerable popularity
. The composer wrote for the 'forbidden zone' great music. She performed the band created by Danny 'The Mystic Knights of Oingo Boingo'. By the way, the team was really talented, and long time fans happy with entertaining compositions.
. In the mid-eighties, Danny Elfman (Danniel Robert Elfman) met with the director Tim Burton, who persuaded the musician's need for cooperation
. Danny agreed, and created excellent music for the film Burton Act, which was titled 'Pee-Wee's Big Adventure'. The film soon became famous - he had reviewed a huge number of spectators.
After - Tim Burton and Danny Elfman (Danny Elfman) are best friends and - simultaneously - business partners. At the present time, by the way, they continue to operate in an extremely effective co -. Elfman did not pass his own musical attention no film, and Burton did not write music just for the film 'Ed Wood'.
Tim Burton was not the only director with whom ever collaborated Danny Elfman (Danny Elfman). Among other things - such masters as Emilo Estevez, Brian DePalma, and others.
. Winner of many awards, Danny was awarded the Award Grammy Award only once - after it wrote the music for the hugely popular picture 'Batman'.
. In the current period Elfman continues active creative activity
. His fans are eagerly awaiting his new work.